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    How do I let our company employees connect to the DB and run my web application?

    Looking for recommendations of some good material out there explaining how to authenticate users who access my deployed web application.
    It's Blazor, making SQL Server calls.
    All the users of my application are employees of our company.
    I am successfully accessing the db when I run from Visual Studio 2022. I don't know what to do outside of VS.
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    Re: How do I let our company employees connect to the DB and run my web application?

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    Re: How do I let our company employees connect to the DB and run my web application?

    I dug up an email from 3 week ago and this is how I was told to do it: No there is a method that they can enter user name and password and then the IIS server can look them up in active directory to validate. I did it once but it was a long time ago. You’re looking to authenticate people via active directory. So I think i took a wrong turn with that youtube video. I will look for "authenticate people via active directory" specifically.
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    Re: How do I let our company employees connect to the DB and run my web application?

    I think this is what I want to do. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...er-for-ad-auth OP'er seems to have solved it. I wish there was more detail.
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    Re: How do I let our company employees connect to the DB and run my web application?

    Yes, thank you. That is one way: Implement a user authentication system to control who can access your web application. Use role-based access control (RBAC) to define different user roles and permissions within the application. I was asking specifically about using Windows Active Directory though.
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